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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Russian adoptee evaluates adoption ban

Russian adoptee evaluates adoption ban

Stazi Prost February 19, 2013

It could simply be described as perfect timing, a sign to their constant hoping. Nearing the end of five years of fertility treatment, Mark and Julie Majors, parents of junior Raymond Majors, discovered...

Cafe Poland, located at 807 Locust St, is opened Mondays-Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Photo By Stazi Prost

Cafe Poland adds Eastern European flair to Columbia

Stazi Prost January 22, 2013

Settled at the former location of Carpe Diem, Café Poland, located at 807 Locust St., has earned its own place in Columbia, even amongst the already culturally diversified downtown. Nowhere else in the...

Paris: Not so perfect after all

Paris: Not so perfect after all

Stazi Prost December 19, 2012

When my mom told me that we were going to Paris last spring, you could say I was ecstatic. How could I not be? I had heard about the city my whole life. I can remember watching countless movies with...

Students participate in Tomorrows Health Care Elite Program

Students participate in Tomorrow’s Health Care Elite Program

Stazi Prost December 19, 2012

Sophomore Prarthana Patel watched as the mannequin's eyes flew wide opened and its legs stretched apart: it was about to go through the agonizing birthing process once again. A clear 'pain' was evident...

The Columbia Regional Airport. Photo by Aniqa Rahman.

Columbia Regional Airport adds Orlando flight

Stazi Prost November 20, 2012

Starting today, Nov. 20, Columbia Regional Airport will offer direct flights to Orlando through Frontier airlines. Because of this additional flight, another has already left. On Nov. 2, the airport ceased...

Photo by Asa Lory.

Clubs host Harry Potter movie night

Stazi Prost November 14, 2012

In an effort to do something fun for the school as well as raise money for both clubs, starting at 5:30 p.m. this Thursday, Nov. 14, Drama Club and Dumbledore's Army will show parts 1 and 2 of the seventh...

 Accepting students right from high school, the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Medicine follows the six year medical school program. With the majority of United States medical schools following the eight year program such as the University of Missouri, the UMKC route is a not a typical one.

Students compare 6-year with 4-year medical program

Stazi Prost November 8, 2012

While medical school may seem far off for any high school student aspiring to be a doctor, for some, this is the next step in their life. Because of the six-year medical school program offered at University...

RBHS Boys Soccer practices yesterday in preparation for todays Sectional game. Photo by Asa Lory

Soccer wins sectional tournament, moves on to quarterfinals

Stazi Prost November 7, 2012

Not even the frigid air could keep one oblivious of the tense atmosphere on the field tonight between the RBHS Bruins and the Jefferson City Jays when Bruins won the sectional tournament 1-0. With several...

Freshman Tarnue Tyler dribbles the ball down the field in the game against Helias Oct. 1.

Soccer beats Waynesville Tigers, 6-0

Stazi Prost October 11, 2012

The Bruin boys soccer team beat the Waynesville Tigers 6-0 tonight in a landslide victory. Although it took a while for the team to warm up in the crisp fall air, once they scored the first goal with...

From left to right: Queen candidates seniors Christina Young, Morgan Bumby and Olivia Mends help students create cards for veterans. Photo by Stazi Prost

Homecoming queen candidates deliver cards to veterans

Stazi Prost October 9, 2012

For day two of homecoming week, students had the opportunity to write thank you cards to the veterans at Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital. Candidates manned a booth in the main commons throughout...

Boys Like Girls delivers at the Blue Note

Stazi Prost September 30, 2012

Just like their opening number song, the band of Boys Like Girls led their fans into "The Great Escape” of pop rock music. Clad in sleeveless shirts showing off countless tattoos and styled with shaggy...

New science curriculum focuses on experimentation, discovery

Stazi Prost September 20, 2012

Students can put their flashcards away because of a recent change in the way educators across the country will teach science. From this school year on, rote memorization will be less important overall...

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